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Academic Divisions

KCKCC offers affordable educational opportunities. Class sizes are small which gives each student the opportunity to know and work directly with our highly qualified faculty. You will find the faculty at KCKCC experts in their field, approachable, and willing to spend extra time working with their students to increase the chances of the students succeeding.

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Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

HFS_SMVirtually every student at Kansas City Kansas Community College takes courses in the division of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences as we provide instruction and experience in skills that are critical to every educational and career path. There are opportunities for those who wish to create through the performing and visual arts; to improve communication in spoken, written, digital media; and to examine the range of human thought, development, and behavior.

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Health Professions

Nursing_SMThe Division of Health Professions is committed to student learning which will prepare outstanding practitioners for various fields of allied health. This knowledge progresses from essential courses through fundamental to complex clinical concepts. The Division of Health Professions is designed to prepare students to function as entry-level allied health professionals.

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Mathematics, Science and Business Technology 

MSCT_SMThe Academic Division of Mathematics, Science, and Computer Technology is committed to excellence in all of its courses. Through a supportive learning environment, the mission of the dean, faculty, and staff is to provide our students with programs that range from technical certifications, to associate degrees in Art, Science, General Studies, and Applied Science.

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Technical Education Center

TEC_SMThe Technical Education Center meets the changing educational and technological workforce development needs of the community by providing adult education and technical training to support the economic and well-being of the community and businesses within the college service area. We minimize barriers to educational opportunities and enhance the intellectual and technical skills of area residents by providing adult training, general academic and technical education, customized business and industry training, and economic development services that prepare students and trainees for rewarding employment.

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